We have compiled a repository of videos, documents, patents, and articles, that we have gathered over the last couple of years that you can peruse.
Please leave comments to any additional information that you may have that is not covered in the material herein. We are not trying to cover cannabis in the traditional way, ie the good and the bad side.
In our opinion the good and bad side debate is relevant only if you are using, or going to use, cannabis for its psychoactive effects. Using cannabis in its natural raw form is however definitively different. Used raw it is a vegetable, a very unique functional food with extraordinary medical benefits as well as one of a kind nutrition.
US Patent 6,630,507 B1 (pdf)
Cannabinoids as Antioxidants and Neuroprotectants.
US Patent Application Publication - Pub No US 2007/0099987 A1 (pdf)
Weiss, et al. “Treating or Preventing Diabetes with Cannabidiol”
US Patent 6,410,588 B1 (pdf)
Feldmann, et al. “Use of Cannabinoids as Anti-inflammatory Agents”.
US Patent 7,807,711 B2 (pdf)
Medicinal Acidic Cannabinoids.
Invention relates to an acidic cannabinoid, the method for extracting and preparing.
US Patent Application Publication - Pub No US 2010/0035978 A1 (pdf)
Combination Of Cannabinoids For The Treatment Of Peripheral Neuropathic Pain.
This patent identifies “the ratio of CBD:THC by weight is between 10:1 to 1:10".
US Patent Application Publication - Pub No US 2009/0197941 A1 (pdf)
Pharmaceutical Compositions For The Treatment Of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
Discusses the preferred ratio of CBD to THC being 1:1.
US Patent 6,946,150 B2 (pdf)
Brian Whittle. “Pharmaceutical Formulation.”
Using a pump action spray to administer cannabinoids via the mucosal surfaces.
US Patent Application Publication - Pub No US 2003/0225156 A1 (pdf)
Inventor: Raphael Mechoulam. Anti-nausea And Anti-vomiting Activity Of Cannabidiol Compounds.
The applied dose can be adjusted based on the relative bioavailability and potency of the administered compound. Adjusting the dose to achieve maximal efficacy.